About the C++ Documentation#
Aside from this user manual, there also is a C++ documentation that documents the backend API: the
utopia/data_io libraries, all things you need to implement your own model.
→ To the 📚 C++ Documentation ←#
Click on the above link to go to the C++ documentation.
Tips & Tricks#
You might think to yourself: This looks super complicated – how can I even read this??
If unfamiliar with it, doxygen documentations often appear overwhelming. A few general hints on how to get a grip on it:
In doxygen, code that belongs together is sorted into modules. There, you will get an overview over the different parts of the Utopia backend and what they are used for.
In the modules, read the detailed description before continuing to read with anything else.
Functions and classes of the same name may have many different template signatures, thus producing multiple entries in the documentation. Don’t despair: the first sentence of the function documentation should give a good summary of what this specific specialization does.
As always, the search functionality of both the doxygen documentation and your browser (typically: CMD+F or CTRL+F) are a real help here.
You can use the doxygen documentation to get a look at the code itself. For that, navigate to the file list in the navigation bar. This can be useful if some function is not documented to a sufficient level to answer the question you have.